1. Voici une installation Staminart (Adrien Boulanger) réalisée à Nantes en ce mois de février 2015. Staminart nous a invité à le suivre dans l’aventure et dans sa cage à LED, en nous proposant de l’aider à la monter et à y apporter nos visuels. Une grosse soirée ZOOLUX organisée par Sweatlodge Party investissant tout le Stereolux !

    La CAGE forme un carré de 4m de large et 3m de haut, 120 barres LED, et 16 univers DMX. Au contrôle: VDMX et Madmapper et Modul8, les médias sont produits en Quartz Composer et vidéo pré-rendu.

    La sweatlodge, réputée pour ses vertus sudatives, a invité les nantais sur le thème de la jungle Tropicale, histoire de réchauffer les corps transis d’hiver. Et on a vu débarquer des déguisements aussi délurés que le magnifique Carrousel des Mondes Marins, qui réside juste à côté. Quelques promenades dans les moments creux nous ont permis de découvrir la richesse des univers de constructions avoisinant le Stereolux: on était déjà prêts à monter une boutique-studiocorium-workshop-ateliercréatifpourenfants !


    Scénographie: Staminart
    Installation et visuels: Staminart & Studio Corium
    Tech girl: Magali Dos Santos


    Studio Corium

    ORGANISATEURS / Soirée ZOOLUX, samedi 7 février 2015

    Sweatlodge Party


    Nico et Joannie pour l’hébergement… et les chorégraphies !

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  2. Sound and light installation, Atomium - Brussels -ID#2014
    The “Out of Control” installation explores the question of Singularity: the inevitable rise of the Super Machine - longed-for or feared - which, according to some theorists, should occur around 2030, i.e. in the blink of an eye.
    While the emergence of the first Artificial Intelligence remains a sci-fi theme, the nature and associated risks of such technology has long been a topic of reflection for authors. As early as 1946, Murray Leinster’s novel, “A Logic Named Joe”, imagined the excesses of a hypothetical global computer network capable of attaining a pseudo-conscience.
    The stronger the machine, the more worrying its malfunctioning may be. “Out of Control” deals with this issue from the inside, not from the human but from the machine’s point of view, portraying the inner conflict of a faulty artificial system which suffers an external attack, unaware of what or why this has happened.
    The nature and history of the Atomium make it the ideal location for this installation. The site embodies the Golden Age of sci-fi, when questions first arose regarding the relationship between humankind and conscious machines (Asimov and its three laws of robotics). The Atomium was built during a time period which saw the future both as a promise of advancement and as a source of concern. The era of the atom, of course, but also that of telematics, very high speed trains, and supersonic aircrafts. Opportunities were being discerned. Fifty years later, the questions remain.
    By welcoming the “Out of Control” lost machine, the Atomium reminds us that technology never stops questioning humankind about its nature.
    Atomium Brussels
    TEAM VS:Julien guinard . Vincent obadia
    Benjamin Lorthioir . Pierre Gufflet
    Ambroise Mouline . Joachim Correia . Tom Modeste. Sebastien Escudié, Valère Terrier .

    An original music made by Thomas Vaquié

    Based on the original novel by Stéphane Beauverger

    Henri Simons

    Arnaud Bozzini
    exhibitions manager

    Johan Vandenperre
    technical director

    And the entire Atomium team

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  3. kitwebster.com

    The Hypercube is a concentric cubic sculpture illuminated with a 120 metre addressable LED array. These light pixels allow for the investigation of a range of intricate choreographies that can be obtained through its minimalistic form.

    The pixels positioned throughout the sculpture are capable of indicating their virtual coordinates and therefor programmed to illuminate as they are intersected by a variety of transient virtual volumes. This capacity to reveal shape as light is automated and recorded into individual scenes which are then sampled, duplicated, resized and syncopated along a rhythmic timeline and combined with the illumination of individual elements of the structure and the inclusion of particle animation.

    Sound designs are employed to deliberately cultivate a deeper audiovisual synesthetic connection. By continually cross referencing the sound and vision, audiovisual sync is gradually tightened and unified. Ambient light that is captured by the surrounding walls of the room further intensifies these audiovisual choreographies, culminating in the creation of a dynamic immersive environment.

    Although the work straddles a temporal structure, is also departs from a single point of reference and positions itself outside conceptual framework and into the realms of arbitrariness and abstract expressionism. It's frenetic technical pace evokes cognitive suspension while, conversely, its moments of serenity provide a paradox of contemplative reflection.

    The aim of this piece is to provide consideration into the depth and breadth of spatio-temporal relationships and how much of this information can be identified and absorbed through crossmodal sensory perception.

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